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Taxonomic value of culm anatomical characters in the species of Bouteloua Lagasca (Poaceae: Eragrostideae)


, : Taxonomic value of culm anatomical characters in the species of Bouteloua Lagasca (Poaceae: Eragrostideae). Phytologia 81(2): 124-141

The study of anatomical characters in the culm epinodal zone of 41 species and sixteen varieties of Bouteloua has been completed. Worthless taxonomic characters were found in this region, nevertheless, five anatomical patterns were characterized.


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